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USDA must now publicly report all animal welfare violations – The U.S. Department of Agriculture now will cite all welfare violations in its animal facility inspection reports, the agency announced.
Americans think only meat should be called meat – A survey published by the National Chicken Council (NCC) in June 2022 revealed 69% of shoppers think the term “meat” should only refer to products made from animals. The online survey, according to the NCC, polled more than 1,100 consumers including self-identified regular meat eaters, flexitarians, vegetarians and vegans.
MU researchers advance technology in pig breeding – New technology continues to make its way into the swine barn. One University of Missouri researcher is looking to an artificial intelligence system to detect sows in heat; another is focusing on extending the life of boar semen.
USDA proposes livestock welfare rules for organic farms – The Biden administration proposed a broad-ranging set of animal welfare rules for organic farms. Producers already are required to provide their animals with year-round access to the outdoors and enough room to stretch their limbs.
Poultry farmers take biosecurity measures as bird flu makes contact in R.I. – Whatever the reason, the bird flu — officially the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) — has touched down only once in Rhode Island this season, in a great black-backed gull found in mid-July in South Kingstown.
Here are the foods most affected by inflation in Indiana – Grocery bills are getting steeper. Shoppers have to shell out almost a dollar or more than they paid last year for items such as a pack of chicken breasts, a bag of oranges or a two dozen eggs
Equine Infectious Anemia found in 3 SC horses- Three horses have been confirmed positive for infectious anemia (EIA), the first such infection in a South Carolina animal since a donkey in Aiken County acquired the disease in 2014, State Veterinarian Michael Neault said.
Agriculture Secretary calls for proposals for $900,000 in PA farm bill research funds to tackle complex animal ag challenges – Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding today called for proposals for $900,000 in research grants through the Center for Poultry & Livestock Excellence created under the PA Farm Bill.
Pizza Hut partners with Dairy Farmers of America on innovative farm-level sustainability project through 2024 – Brands are partnering with Dairy Farmers of America (DFA), a farmer-owned cooperative with more than 11,500 farm families, and dairy suppliers to provide participating farmers with the technology and data needed to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Rare livestock breeds gain popularity in Maine- Rare livestock breeds, derived from farmers of generations past, are seeing a resurgence in popularity in Maine and across the nation, according to livestock specialists. Sometimes called “heritage” breeds, these are domesticated animals from a pre-industrial era of farming.
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